A-maze Ball | A small matter.js game
A small game built with matter.js and the deviceOrientation API
Polymer talk at stahlstadt.js
I held a talk at the local linzer stahlstadt.js meetup about polymer and the current state of webcomponents
Creating a SVG color wheel
A couple of weeks ago I was tasked with updating the style and asset library in the company where I work. This asset library is presented and made available to everybody in the company as an internal web site, and the icon library alone grew in the last year from around 100 icons to more than 400 icons today.
Scaling projects with static site generators can be pretty tough. Splitting content creation from the actual compilation is a usually a good first step. The latest project I was working on was an enterprise website, which was built with a rather extensive gulp pre-build steps and a Jekyll compilation step to generate the final html.
Getting started with hugo
Static site generators are a great tool to quickly build or mock up a website. I really love them and have tested myself through a couple of them already. There is one major downside, that almost all of them have. They are ridiculously hard to set up for people who do not have a development background. This might not bother you if you are using them to create your own sites, but if you need to deliver a website to a client, who - god forbids - wants to edit his content himself, you are a little bit screwed.